6125 Rattlesnake Hammock Road, Naples, FL 34113
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This place was a nightmare at best. Won't get into specifics but trust me, this place is not suitable for animals let alone humans. Lie after lie was told to us and nothing was ever addressed. The head nurse is just as bad if not worse because more is expected from a medical professional. Many residents with stitches, scabs and/or casts from falls, due to no one watching or engaging the residents. Care givers don't care about anything, dressing people in other peoples clothes even though name is clearly labeled on garment, changing resident when wet/soiled etc. Apparently this place was very good until management changed a couple of years ago. What a shame it went to hell.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Arden Courts was depressing, it smelled of urine and the residents all looked like they were walking dead. I realize it is exclusively a dementia and Parkinson's site but I would never consider placing my mother here.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Everyone is very kind and helpful. They seemed to enjoy having mom there. They do lots of activities and keep them entertained. The nurses are kind and fun and helpful. The meals and snacks are healthy and there is a nice variety.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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